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Northern Lights

Northern Lights

Known by many as a two hit and quit strain, Northern Lights slams the body into a wonderfully numbing, lazy mode. The desire to sit on the couch and listen to the call of munchies may be overwhelming to novice users even in lower doses.

Northern Lights is an award winning Indica dominant strain. This strain is well received by growers, medical patients, and recreational consumers and may be one of the most popular Indica strains of all time. Accompanying this body high is a nice sense of well-being and happiness. Some experienced users are reportedly instilled with increased creativity and focus as well.The average negative culprits persist - dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, paranoia and anxiety in higher doses.

Like most of its Indica-based ancestors and descendants, Northern Lights is highly recommended for evening use and insomnia. It is one of the purest Indica strains around (95 pct. Indica, 5 pct. Sativa) which make it a highly sedative strain. It is also often chosen to relieve the effects of stress and anxiety. Many choose it for the heavy body high to weaken their chains of chronic pain as well. And the strong appetite inducing effects are used to help those suffering from such eating disorders as anorexia.

Northern Light's exact lineage and history are obscured in mystery but it is generally believed to be a mix of two landrace building block strains - Thai and Afghani. We do know that the strain was perfected in Holland and has only begun to make its way to America in more recent years.

The strain flowers for six to eight weeks and yields up to 125 grams per square meter. In the average greenhouse setup Northern Lights produces roughly 100 grams per plant. This strain is a definite choice for those that prefer quality and ease over quantity. Ever since its emergence on the medical scene their have been many imitations however and plenty of growers have crossed it with something but kept the same name.

Specifications

  • Cannabis Strain

    Sativa - Indica
    5% - 95%

    Av. Cannabinoid Composition

     
    THC 12.50/26.00%
    CBD 0.05%
    CBN 0.02%
     

    Terpenes Composition

    Caryophyllene - Pepper
    Humulene - Hops
    Myrcene - Musk, mango

    Lineage

    Afghani
    Thai

    Recommended Time of Use

     

    Night

     

  • Effect(s)

    Drowsiness
    Happiness
    Hunger
    Relaxation
    Uplifting

    Negative Effect(s)

    Dry Eyes
    Dry Mouth

    Flavor(s)

    Earthy
    Pine
    Pungent
    Spicy/Herbal
    Sweet

    May Help

    Anxiety
    Depression
    Headaches
    Insomnia
    Lack Of Appetite
    Nausea
    Pain
    Stress

  • Flowering Period

    50 to 60 days

    Average Yield

    High: 450 to 500 g/mindoors

    Outdoor Harvest Date

    Mid-October

    Average Height

    Medium: 4 feet

    Grow Difficulty

    Easy

    Growing Tips

    Northern Lights was designed for indoor cultivation and it does well in sea of green (SOG) environments. It appreciates moderate amounts of nutrients. You'll get the best yields when this strain is pruned and trained into a multi-branched plant. Outdoors, this strain needs a warm, Mediterranean climate. Trimmers will appreciate this plant's high calyx to leaf ratio. Manicuring Northern Lights is a snap.

    Availability

    Everett, Washington
    Seattle, Washington
    Spokane, Washington
    Tacoma, Washington
    Portland, Oregon
    Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Denver, Colorado
    Detroit, Michigan
    Los Angeles, California
    Phoenix, Arizona

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